Category Archives: film festival

Carole Woodall’s Dispatch from Istanbul

Our History Department colleague Carole Woodall, a scholar of Middle Eastern history, has been spending the year doing research in Istanbul, living very near the site of recent conflicts in the city. She wrote this piece for a Turkish journal, … Continue reading

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Intersections Film Festival Schedule

HERE’S THE SCHEDULE FOR THE INTERSECTIONS FILM FESTIVAL, COMING UP OCT. 14TH – 16TH. OPENING NIGHT, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14 AT UCCS, CENTENNIAL HALL #203 On the campus of UCCS, parking is free after 4 pm beginning on Friday and continues … Continue reading

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Intersections Film Festival in the Independent

Carole Woodall’s Intersections Film Festival, coming up Oct. 14-16, is featured in a nice piece this week in our local free weekly the Colorado Springs Independent. Here’s some of the piece: The theme of this year’s Intersections Film Festival is “displacement,” and organizer Carole … Continue reading

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Intersections Film Festival

This fall Carole Woodall of the History Department is pleased to host the Intersections Film Festival from October 14-16. The festival features contemporary films from Middle Eastern directors, including Amreeka, which chronicles the adventures of Muna, a single mother who leaves … Continue reading

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